Don’t stay in a small room or house, Enjoy 55+ acres of property to roam.
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NEW THIS YEAR!! HIGH SPEED FIBER ACCESS!! For those wanting a rustic type get away but want to stay plugged in to the world at large!! A cozy 427 sq ft log cabin situated on a secluded 55 acre woodland. Call 812-639-4797 for questions regarding the cabin. Cabin has 1 bedroom (queen bed) and a loft (2 – twin XL beds). Bathroom with step in shower. Kitchenette features apartment size refrigerator, microwave, 2 burner induction cook top, waffle maker and egg cooker. Coffee pot uses K cups (8 assorted provided per stay). Out door park style charcoal grill for the grill masters. Enjoy fishing or feeding the fish in the small pond. It was stocked with Hybrid bluegill which are growing at a slow rate as the pond is spring fed and very cool year round. There is however 1 large mouth bass who is likely to become a legend in many a fish story in the future. If you do catch him and have him mounted please let me know so I can replace him. You can also spend hours animal watching as this property has a wide variety of wildlife to be seen. Take a walk on the 1.5 miles of rugged trails on the property. Linens and a starter kit of 1 roll of paper towel, 2 rolls of toilet paper, soap/shampoo and disposable salt/pepper shakers are furnished. Cellular service is limited inside the cabin but regular cell service is available after a short walk up the hill out the front door. High speed fiber internet will allow you to stream videos, music, tv and movies on the Roku TV. You can also enable wifi calling on your phone to make and receive calls in the cabin. You can work from the cabin if you like on your laptop or tablet.
Nicholson Valley, a rural grocery store, is 1 mile to the west providing quick and easy access to essentials, food, hunting, and/or fishing supplies. Downtown French Lick is a 7 minute drive to the east.
Please note… There is a cave on the property with access strictly prohibited. Those with small children need to make certain they are aware they are not allowed to enter the cave as it is a small tight passage frequented by wild animals (bobcats) and is frequently flooded from rains far to the north. Also no ATVs or off road vehicles are allowed to be utilized on the property. This includes no biking on the trails.
Expansion of the trails – 1 new trail added with a 2nd new one started!
Off Grid Cabin
Animal Observation points
Benches along the trails